JD Supra Corporate Brief: Integrity Act, Irreparable Harm, Horton Ruling, Money Laundering

“I’m not a saint unless you think a saint is a sinner who keeps on trying.”
Nelson Mandela

Ignoring the new requirements of the Integrity Act will come back to bite you… (Noa Baddish, Susan Friedfel, and Fredric Leffler at Proskauer Rose)

No (irreparable) harm, no (trademark) foul… (Eric Ball, Sebastian Kaplan, and Jedediah Wakefield at Fenwick & West)

After the D.R. Horton v NLRB ruling, employers are free to use class action waivers in arbitration agreements… (Corporate Law Report)

No time to read the full Congressional Research Service report on the Obama administration’s proposal to repeal tax breaks for the oil & gas industry? You’re in luck… (David Burton at Akin Gump)

These psychopaths aren’t in jail – they’re in the C-Suite! (Thomas Fox)

If you do business with the government, you must understand the breadth and scope of the False Claims Act… (Latour Lafferty at Fowler White Boggs)

News from the world of money laundering regulation… (Michael McKee and Simon Wright at DLA Piper)

The only thing businesses have to fear is the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act itself… (Burt Braverman at Davis Wright Tremaine)

It’s been a busy year for labor unions… (Matthew Korn at Fisher & Phillips)

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